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BFSI companies give employees most access to computers

On an average, BFSI companies give 81 percent of its employees access to computers. This makes it the industry vertical that provides the most access to computers to its employees. This was one of the findings that were revealed at the nationwide CIO survey, Infrastructure Strategies 2004 (IS 2004).

The above findings are specific to the 'A'-class cities in India. The IS 2004 survey has been jointly conducted by Network Magazine and IMRB among 250 CIOs nationwide.

The use of computers among personnel in the BFSI vertical is the highest among other industry verticals like chemical/pharmaceutuical, manufacturing/engineering, services, Government/PSUs, FMCG/consumer durables, and auto/auto component manufacturers.

The telecom/IT/ITES companies are a close second, and provide 80 percent of employees access to computers.

The average overall figure among companies of all verticals is 52 percent. The levels of access provided to employees in companies other than those in the BFSI and telecom/IT/ITES verticals are lesser than overall average.

The companies that give employees least access to computers are Government/PSUs. These companies provide access to computers to only 41 percent of their employees. Employees from Automobile/Auto component manufacturers also have very low PC access, with only 42 percent of employees online.

— Soutiman Das Gupta

 
     
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